Timmins Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
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While traveling through Ontario, today, we saw one moose, one black bear then a mother moose and two calves and then another moose! They were all safely away from the highway. Too fast for us to get a picture of though. More beautiful scenery of rugged rock cliffs and big lakes. We decided to take the more northern route on Highway #11. It's a little shorter and a lot quicker. Another long travel day puts us over halfway there! We're staying in Cochrane, ON ...
Happy Star Wars Day! "May the 4th be with you!" A more leisurely start to the day with a walk on the shore of Lake Superior & of course with a Ontario Tim's coffee in hand. Less kms today with only 700 behind us. One of the highlights of the day was a local beaver guiding us down the highway! How Canadian is that ...
I Woke up regularly but had an overall good sleep, populated by many dreams, dreams of travel, of strange science fiction looking suburbs supposedly outside NYC that then turned to a bland version of what I had just seen, after someone challenged it's reality..."Things are often not what they seem" or maybe "Don't let anyone take away the magic or wonder"... As We begin our first day towards the prairies, densely packed pine forests, branches covered in snow, roll by through my ...
We have somehow made it through one day of the trip.....let's start at the beginning.
We managed to leave Toronto at 7:50am - and everything actually fit into the van!
Our first stop was a poopy diaper change...guess we'd better get used to that (and no it wasn't Andrew's poopy diaper....not this time).
We made it to our first rendez-vous at exactly 11:01am - David and Meg's house in Parry Sound. ...
... how many miles per hour the water remained a steady force of tranquillity, quietly reflecting its surroundings in ignorance of our presence, not a ripple ruined its glass-like surface as we glimpsed its perfect state.
We passed a multitude of houses, all of them belonging to the animal and insect kingdom rather than us apparently superior beings; the dams of beavers and manufactured homes of bees littered the water and fields, demonstrating their ...